[Announcement] Android Auto Wireless is now available!
Hi Android Auto Community -
We’re excited to announce that wireless support is now officially available! Using Android Auto Wireless, you can start Android Auto on your car display without taking the phone out of your pocket or bag. Your device will automatically connect to the head unit using WiFi without having to manually connect a USB cable.
The first head units supporting this feature are already available from Pioneer, JVC and Kenwood, and we expect more products to roll out throughout the year.
Please note that you will need both compatible head unit and phone device to support Android Auto Wireless. Supported devices are as follows: Pixel - 1, 2, 3 and XL versions, Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P devices in North America. Additional device support will be coming in the future. You can find more information by visiting our help center here.
My mobile does not work with your last release.
My mobile is a huawei p8 lite and i have a seat leon st 2016 connect.
All the time i connect my mobile to usb cable, it say usb not recognised even if i can charge my mobile. Once i try to connect android auto, the system say to check if my mobile is blocked. Can you please help me to update my mobile or update the system in my car?
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